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Reliability

U.S. Inland Waterways Economic Study Affirms Reliability

USSEC Staff WriterSep 17, 2020

Economic research commissioned by the National Waterways Foundations reinforces the reliability of U.S. inland waterways to efficiently deliver a reliable supply of U.S. soybeans to…

Demand

WASDE Supply and Demand Update: September 2020

Mac MarshallSep 14, 2020

USSEC/USB Vice President – Market Intelligence Mac Marshall was joined by Nagaraj Meda, Managing Director at TransGraph Consulting and Kevin Roepke, USSEC Regional Director –…

Reliability

With Trade Balance Shifts, U.S. Soy Reliability should be our North Star

Jim SutterSep 1, 2020

As world demand for soy continues to rise, all suppliers will have a seat at the table, says USSEC CEO Jim Sutter. U.S. Soy’s competitive…

Buyers

1,000 Attendees from Nearly 70 Countries Convene Virtually for U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange & Specialty Grains Conference

Paul Murphy-SpoonerAug 28, 2020

To sustain and grow relationships between international customers and the U.S. soybean value chain, The U.S. Soybean Export Council and The Specialty Soya and Grains…

Exports

Economists Expect Expansion of U.S. Soy Exports

Julie DeeringAug 27, 2020

While economists predict a possible 30% drop in the value of the dollar, Tanner Ehmke of CoBank Knowledge Exchange is bullish on soy exports.

Infrastructure

U.S. Soy Details Value Chain Resiliency during Ag Talks Iowa Town Hall

Jen Del CarmenAug 11, 2020

USSEC CEO Jim Sutter took part in a virtual AgTalks town hall on July 30. He described collaboration across the ag industry during the pandemic…